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Blueberry Hill Restaurant

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6504 Delmar Blvd (at The Loop)
Saint Louis, MO 63130
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(314) 727-4444
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Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO
Blueberry Hill Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO

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Best place to drink in St. Louis. Every time I go to Blueberry Hill, no matter if I am alone or with a group, or if it’s before noon, or late in the evening, I have a dazzling ti...

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My husband and I went to Blueberry Hill for lunch one day when we vacationed in St. Louis, MO. The decorating was really cool and so retro. I ordered the Loop Club and my h...

Blueberry Hill 9/21/2006

My husband and I love the burgers here, and surprisingly, they have great salads. And of course, the french fries are really good. I like the atmosphere, for the most part - and it is always fun to peruse their collection of eclectic collectibles and memorabilia. I do wish that after 9 pm, they would continue to serve at the tables instead of having the patrons order and pick up for themselves. Otherwise, great place! I can't say much for the rest of the food there since I've never tried anything but the burgers, however. Good old standby. more

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Ah, the sweet smell of white jumpsuit and sweaty scarves 7/17/2006

This place is SO cool! If you're a rocker like me, you will love it here. Of course being the "crowd o'phobe" that I am, I had to go at a (very) off time, just so I could enjoy the place a little bit. It's huge, with several different rooms, including the "Elvis room" (tip: He is NOT there, so don't report any fake Elvis sighting, but I did, however, smell the essence of white jumpsuit and sweaty scarves throughtout the room) There's a lot of live music, games, a rockin' jukebox and some very good food. I loved the veggie sandwich. But what really blew me away is that the guy who owns this place has about 10 million toys around the room, I am talking toys that make a kid at heart like me die inside with envy...Beatles' dolls, bobbleheads, classic toys of the 60's and 70's, Pee Wee Herman toys and collector cars. The walls are filled with rock and roll memorabilia (hey's it's early morning...did I spell that correctly?!) The only thing that creeped me out were the animal plaques on the wall: looked like a hunter's convention in there. My day would have been perfect if Dick Cheney didn't shoot the waitress...he thought she was an elk. (yeah, I know...but what did you expect from a former Clinton/Gore supporter?) more

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Good burgers, good music 4/14/2006

Blueberry Hill is a good place to find a burger and listen to the live music. It is popular with college students who live in University City, and so is usually busy most nights of the week. The waitstaff is fast and friendly, and most of them have fun identifying quirks, like a funny mustache or a catchphrase. Do visit if you like seeing familiar faces at your hangout! more

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Blueberry Hill 4/7/2006

Blueberry Hill is one of those places where you can stay all night and be entertained the whole time. They’ve got video games and dateboards, karaoke on some nights, a fun lively bar, and live musicians too. They make great burgers, but that’ about it. They’ve got a pretty long menu but the burger is the only thing I’ve ever tried that’s been good. But you don’t really go there for the food anyway. more

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Thanks Joe 3/29/2006

This place is co-owned and run by Joe Edwards, a guy who loves Rock & Roll and knows so many big names in the business. One of his partners in this down-to-earth restaurant is the legendary Chuck Berry. I visited this place not long ago and was amazed by the decorations and fun atmosphere. The food was tasty and fresh which is always a big plus. The area surrounding this place is cool and funky partly because of all the college kids and because their are so many eclectic shops and tourists also. This area is also known as "the Loop". Hey, this Chicago kid knows where you got the inspiration for that name. more

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I found my thrill at Blueberry Hill 3/27/2006

Oh, great...now I just ripped off the words from a famous song by Fats Domino because I'm not clever enough to write my own titles!! This place is SO cool! It's a rock and roller mama's dream place :) Of course being the "crowd o'phobe" that I am, I had to go on at a (very) off time, just so I could enjoy the place a little bit. It's huge, with several different rooms, including the "Elvis room" (tip: He is NOT there, so don't report any fake Elvis sighting, but I did, however, smell the essence of white jumpsuit and sweaty scarves throughtout the room...there's a lot of live music, games, a rockin' jukebox and some very good food. I loved the veggie sandwich. But what really blew me away is that the guy who owns this place has about 10 million toys around the room, I am talking toys that make a kid at heart like me die inside with envy...Beatles' dolls, bobbleheads, classic toys of the 60's and 70's, Pee Wee Herman toys and collector cars. The walls are filled with rock and roll memorabilia (hey's it's early morning...did I spell that correctly?!) The only thing that creeped me out were the animal plaques on the wall: looked like a hunter's convention in there. My day would have been perfect if Dick Cheney didn't shoot the waitress...he thought she was an elk. (yeah, I know...but what did you expect from a Clinton supporter?)" The restaurant is also located in a very hip part of town (for Chicago folks, it's a cross between Clark Street and the North/Damen areas) more

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Fun and tasty 3/26/2006

Blueberry Hill is a pretty fun place. We see everyone from families to frat boys there, all getting along. Its also a huge venue for bands. I'm partial to their red beans and rice, but they are known for their burgers. Friendly and quick on their feet, the wait staff is always refilling glasses and asking if you need anything. If you have a burger craving down by the loop, its a great way to fill it and not empty your bank account. more

Everyone should try it! 9/18/2005

They have great burgers and a good selection of beer. This is a fun place to go with out of town guests. I love to go and get a burger (which is always done perfectly) and fries. There is so much food I always have some to take home. This isn't a place I would necessarily take the kids since it is so popular with college students and people from the loop. Just not a kids friendly atmosphere. The food is not the healthiest, but its good for a once in a while treat. more

nice place for a beer and a burger 9/15/2005

Whenever I'm in the Loop around dinner time, I usually head to Blueberry Hill. All their sandwiches, especially the burgers, are tasty. I've also sampled some of their deep-fried offerings: chicken fingers, Mozzarella Sticks, fried zucchini, onion rings and French fries and they are always hot and crispy. Other pluses include the wide selection of pinball machines and the dart boards. more

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Fun Burger Joint 8/27/2005

Blueberry Hill is a great place to grab some grub after a day of shopping on Delmar. As you walk in memorabilia is EVERYWHERE-- childhood, 50s, television and various Americana predominate. Don't miss the creepy case chocked full of Howdy-dowdy brickbrack! I asked my mother who was with me, and a child of the 50s, "did people really like this show?" to which she responded "i sure didn't, it was freaky!" indeed, but we both had a good chuckle about it! Mom and I both ordered hamburgers and weren't disappointed. They were cooked to perfection and the toppings were fresh. I had fries, also good, and Mom had onion rings- REALLY good. Though we'd purused the appetizers, we were happy we had skipped them- we were stuffed just from our meals! I have heard that they are tasty for pub grub though and intend to go to Blueberry hill again while visiting St. Louis! more

An Institution 8/17/2005

St. Louis’s famous restaurant for burgers and rock music located on the University City loop can’t be missed. The restaurant is popular with music lovers, students from the nearby university, and anybody looking for the best burgers in town. An institution, Blueberry Hill has been entertaining and filling customers for generations. more

nice hang out place 8/14/2005

This is a nice place to hang out with friends. It's in the Loop area. Very close to Washington U. So sometimes it's packed with students. Their burgers are very juicy. They've got a wide beer selection!!! Dart room, Karaoke, arcade... u name it. downside: kitchen closes at 9 or 9:30pm. Got to order early! No one under 21 is allowed after 9pm more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    Regulars drop by this neighborhood favorite for a wide selection of beers, the vintage jukebox, and games inlaid in table tops. Walls are lined with bric-a-brac from the 1904...

  • 9/8/2004 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Sat 11am-1:30am; Sun 11am-midnight
  • Payments:

    American Express, Discover, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Saint Louis, University City

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